1

For trussing* using thefoodloop®, first, snap the segmented cord into the cavity end to form a loop. thefoodloop® will adjust from 1-inch to a 4-inch loop. No need to oil thefoodloop® before cinching on food. For larger diameter food items, such as a roast, snap several of thefoodloop® together (see image at bottom).

2

Next place thefoodloop® around food, grab finger bars on sides of cavity then with the other hand grasp tail end and pull to desired tightness. Note: thefoodloop® may skip a notch or two on oiler foods until it finds its resting place due to the non-stick and flexible nature of silicone. Note: for added grip and easy handling while cooking tuck the tail end under cord once cinched on food. Now cook food as needed.

3

After cooking remove thefoodloop® by simply pulling up the tail end to disconnect.

4

Remove any large pieces of food from the cord or the cavity, soak in warm sudsy water or place loops in the mesh dishwasher bag and wash. Then store thefoodloop® in the mesh bag for your next trussing event!

 

For intended use only.

  • *DO NOT place thefoodloop® directly on an electric burner, heating element, gas flame or grill.
  • *DO NOT let thefoodloop® end hang over the pan edge onto a gas or electric burner.
  • *AVOID overstretching thefoodloop®, it is NOT a rubber band.
  • *DO NOT use any sharp objects to unloop or loosen thefoodloop®
  • *DO NOT place thefoodloop® too close to the broiler. NOT recommended to be used in a rotisserie.
  • *CAUTION thefoodloop® becomes HOT during cooking.
  • *DO NOT lift food using thefoodloop®.
   

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Trussing: to secure tightly, to bind, to arrange for cooking using... the food loop